French special police forces unit leave after the assault on the besieged flat of suspected killer Mohamed Merah in the southwestern city of Toulouse, March 22, 2012.
By Ramin Mazaheri
Sat Mar 31, 2012 11:39AM GM
In the wake of a multiethnic and multidenominational shooting spree in France come accusations that alleged killer Mohammed Merah was an informant for France’s domestic intelligence agency.
Italian daily newspaper Il Foglio has made a second unprecedented claim: France granted Merah freedom of movement across the Middle East and in France in exchange for information.
The Italian journalist behind the claims is Daniele Raineri, who was an embedded journalist in Iraq and Afghanistan and is Il Foglio’s expert on Middle Eastern affairs. In an exten
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